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Headache due to Blood Stasis

Headache due to High Blood Pressure (Hyperactivity of the Liver-Yang)

Headache due to Loss of Blood

Headache due to Low Blood Pressure Type (Deficiency of both Qi and Blood)

Migraine: Mono Type (Accumulation of Cold in the Liver channel and Qi Stagnancy)

Migraine: Bush Type (Stagnancy of the Liver-Qi)

Migraine: Complex Light Spots Type (Stagnancy of the Liver-Qi)

Migraine (Wind-Cold Type due to Insufficiency of Kidney-Yang)

    Migraine: Complex Light Spots Type (Stagnancy of the Liver-Qi)

    Madam Margaret XXX, 24, medical doctor.

    Experienced visual distortions of blurred vision, "firework" vision, after a few night shifts in a row. Severe case of lack of sleep. After which migraine attacked, with nausea and vomiting, dizziness with heavy sensation. Took some sedatives and analgesics but with little relief.

    Investigation showed obvious blood vessel spasm of the inner eyes. Diagnosed as nervous headache of complex light spots type. Nicotinic acid 50mg, Vit B1 20mg were prescribed, three times a day. The patient felt mild relief but the headache stayed on and off.

    Switched to Modified Decoction of Evodia Fruit, a dose a day for ten days. All symptoms slowly subsided. Occasionally mild recurring headache took place.